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Lee Roy Parnell On Slide Tuning • Wildwood Guitars Interview

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Published on Mar 26, 2012

To briefly summarize this video as being about how to tune for slide guitar would be a complete injustice to the gold that can be found in this video. Follow us at Wildwood Guitars as we go deeper into Lee Roy's fantastic musical journey.

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~ Lee Roy Parnell ~
The stories that this man tells are unequivocally unmatched in subject and delivery. To list his history would take up volumes, but an attempt must be made. Texas born and raised, Lee Roy grew up in a different world from the rest of us. His father, a touring compatriot of Bob Wills, introduced Lee Roy to the guitar and performance at an early age. It wasn't about taking lessons, and going off to study hours of music theory--it was about sneaking into bars to see guitar greats, and finding any way to make it onto their tour bus. It was about performing at school dances and learning whatever you could from whatever records you could find. After some time, Lee Roy packed up his original '56 Les Paul Goldtop and high-tailed it to Austin where he continued to grow as an eclectic songwriter and guitar place. After a stint in New York City Lee Roy ultimately found himself in Nashville where he signed with Arista Records, releasing hit after hit of Deltablues road-house rockin' southern boogie with a country twang for fans around the world. As of late Lee Roy has gotten his foot into the door to the house of music publishing, as well as recently releasing his own signature '56 Goldtop with the Gibson Custom Shop. His list of credentials could continue on for pages and pages, so Lee Roy if you read this please forgive the quick recap of your invaluable life!

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